Tales of Berseria’s Rokurou and Eleanor further introduced

New scans from the latest Weekly Famitsu.

The latest issue of Weekly Famitsu has more details on the newly introduced Tales of Berseria characters Rokurou and Eleanor.

Get the information below.

Rokurou

Tales of Berseria

  • CV: Daisuke Kishio
  • Character Design: Daigo Okumura
  • Age: 22
  • Height: 180cm
  • Weapon: Dual Swords
  • Battle Type: Two-Swords Swordsman

A cheerful and free-spirited young swordsman. A number of years prior, the Daemonblight disease broke out and he became a Daemon, but rather than be get him down, he used that power in order to master his family’s traditional sword techniques and continued to walk his own path. In the wake of a certain event, in order to repay a debt to Velvet, he joins her on her journey. While he carries his cherished long sword called the “Sword of Life” on his back, since he stubbornly does not want to take it out, he usually fights dual wielding daggers.

Eleanor

Tales of Berseria

  • CV: Ami Koshimizu
  • Character Design: Kousuke Fujishima
  • Age: 18
  • Height: 165cm
  • Weapon: Staff
  • Battle Type: First-Class Taimashi

A Tamaishi who belongs to the “Seiryou.” As a first-class Taimashi, she runs about day and night in efforts to free the world from the Daemon threat. She is very serious and does not forget to be considerate of others, but there is a side to her that always tries to do the right thing. She tends to project her emotions easily because of her honest personality, but she is aware of her own immaturity and tries to devote herself to the heartless truth.

Tales of Berseria

Tales of Berseria

Tales of Berseria is due out for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 in Japan in 2016. A western release is planned for PlayStation 4 and PC.

Thanks, Otakomu.

Editor’s Note: This post was back-published at 2:30 p.m. to stay in line with all the other Weekly Famitsu news of the day. We apologize. Sal fell asleep.

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